Parque de Leste located in Los Palos Grandes, Caracas.
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Bordered to the East by the Caribbean Sea, Venezuela is very conducive to expatriation. Located below the Tropic of Cancer, it holds a breathtaking wild natural landscape.
The country has inherited a colonial past, thus holding a priceless cultural and historical patrimony. On moving to Venezuela, you will be living an exceptional expat experience to the rhythm of colorful festivals like the carnival.
2 years ago
!Mira! Soy una daughter, a sister, a dreamer, a poet, an athlete, and a friend. I smile and I cry and I laugh and I feel and I hope. Soy americana, currently living in the state of Anzoategui, Venezuela working at an American school. I spent my youth (or much of it) in Europe: Belgium and then Hungary. I also lived in Bangladesh for a year, and Namibia for a summer. I love mountains and snow, but I am currently living in the land of heat, oceans, and jungles. I am on a mission- to explore the world and leave it a bit better than I found it. I do not plan to save the world, nor anyone in it. Stories of my travels will be shared here.
3 years ago
I am a young woman who moved to Venezuela in 2013 with my company. I have been working in the oilfield since 2011. This industry and style of life has provided me with a unique outlook on the expat life. I enjoyed my time in abroad and I plan to share this experience so that others may discover the unique beauty, culture and challenges that the world has to offer.
6 years ago
The Balanced Melting Pot is about my efforts to keep the pot from tipping over while managing life as an expat in Caracas and 3 different cultures.
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